Around 300-plus participants braved the weather and got their cycles rolling in the StinkySpoke benefit ride in Redmond on Jan. 25. The event is usually held on a day with the “stinkiest” weather of the year. According to chair of the ride committee Karl Bowman, based on their ridership, they are confident that they raised more than $10,000 for the Redmond Rotary Foundation. They plan on distributing those funds equally among their four main beneficiaries: Little Bit Therapeutic Riding Center, Hopelink, Together Center and scholarships for Redmond High School seniors. Photo courtesy of Robin Ryan

Around 300-plus participants braved the weather and got their cycles rolling in the StinkySpoke benefit ride in Redmond on Jan. 25. The event is usually held on a day with the “stinkiest” weather of the year. According to chair of the ride committee Karl Bowman, based on their ridership, they are confident that they raised more than $10,000 for the Redmond Rotary Foundation. They plan on distributing those funds equally among their four main beneficiaries: Little Bit Therapeutic Riding Center, Hopelink, Together Center and scholarships for Redmond High School seniors. Photo courtesy of Robin Ryan

Rolling through the StinkySpoke benefit ride

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Around 300-plus participants braved the weather and got their cycles rolling in the StinkySpoke benefit ride in Redmond on Jan. 25. The event is usually held on a day with the “stinkiest” weather of the year. According to chair of the ride committee Karl Bowman, based on their ridership, they are confident that they raised more than $10,000 for the Redmond Rotary Foundation. They plan on distributing those funds equally among their four main beneficiaries: Little Bit Therapeutic Riding Center, Hopelink, Together Center and scholarships for Redmond High School seniors. Photo courtesy of Robin Ryan

Participants get goofy following the StinkySpoke benefit ride on Jan. 25 in Redmond. Photo courtesy of Robin Ryan

Participants get goofy following the StinkySpoke benefit ride on Jan. 25 in Redmond. Photo courtesy of Robin Ryan

Participants get goofy following the StinkySpoke benefit ride on Jan. 25 in Redmond. Photo courtesy of Robin Ryan

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